Parasitology and Mycology

Parasitology is a field of parasites and science dealing with parasites. Parasitism is a form of symbiosis in which one organism (called a parasite) benefits at the expense of another organism, usually belonging to a different species (called a host). Associations can also lead to host violations. An example of parasitism is the connection between the tapeworm and the vertebrate host.

Mycology is a study of fungi, including the genetic and biochemical properties of fungi, taxonomy, and human use as a source of burns, traditional medicine, food, and enceogenes, and risks such as toxicity and infection. Is the field of biology to study.

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American Society for Virology, Australasian Virology Society, Max Planck Society, Brazilian Society for Virology, Canadian Society for Virology, German Society for Virology, Italian Society for Virology, Spanish Society for Virology, Swedish Society for Virology, Viruses: National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Infectious Diseases Society of America.


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